Hotel And Palais Strudlhof

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Pasteurgasse 1, Vienna, Vienna, 1090, Austria
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Hotel near opera

by taylor71

Hi, can you recommend me a hotel near Opera House in Vienna? Thanks

Re: Hotel near opera

by nicolaitan

if you are willing to spend huge money, the Bristol across the street is one of the finest we have ever stayed in. The Sacher is also nearby and very expensive and famous but a lot more hectic. the Bristol is quiet, refined, and beautiful. Many rooms overlook the opera house, all lit up at night.

Re: Hotel near opera

by 64novpt

I've been in Vienna last year in June. We've booked a triple room at Pension Suzanne (, just across the opera.
The building is very uncharacteristic but the room was very good. Since Vienna is quit expensive this can be a very good option to save some money.

Re: Hotel near opera

by Suzanne987

Hi, I was in the hotel Mercure Secession , in the centre of Vienna, few meters from Opera House. Hotel was nice, I was satisfied.
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Travel Tips for Vienna

General areas to stay in Vienna

by winterson

Vienna is reasonably compact for a city but it does have its less attractive areas, so where you stay may make the difference on whether its memorable or not so. The centre has a pedestrian only zone (and is represented by St Stephans Cathedral as a focal point) and accommodation is quite expensive here. The centre is bordered by several 'ring strasse' and most sights can be seen on foot if staying withing these streets.

It also depends what you want to do here. For shopping, the Mariahilfer strasse area also has a lot of hotels (cheaper than centre) plus the benefit of being close to the West Bahnhof (main train station). For a more artistic flavour, the area of Neubau up to Josephstadt is recommended while the area of Hietzing (B&B's and smaller hotels/pensions) is close to the famous Schonbrunn Palace and gardens. Also Wieden, which is near the Belvedere Palace.
Along the Prater strasse you will also find several good value hotels although I wouldn't go much past the Prater Stern (Wien Nord station). Here you will experience the Prater park with its famous Ferris wheel.

Of course if you like a bit of greenery, then staying in the Vienna woods might suit, especially if you have a car (parking in Vienna proper is always difficult).

One year we stayed in Baden and commuted into Vienna as needed which was great as it gave us two locations to explore.

Lastly, buy a Vienna Card which will give you unlimited local transport for the nominated period plus reductions on entry fees to attractions and tours.

Hope this helps,
John Do a horse drawn carriage ride first. It will give a good sense of the city

if music be the food of love.....

by margaretvn

This has to be visiting so many of the houses that the composer Beethoven lived in during his life. We love his music and by visiting the houses you really learn more of his life. Music and its history just seem to fill the air in Vienna and it is what takes us back time and time again.

Vienna in Autumn

by BorneoGrrl

Autumn is my favorite season, apart from spring time. The temperature drops to a comfortable level and the leaves start to turn red & gold, which is beautiful. It isn't hot or cold but just right to enjoy the outdoors. Sometimes, the buildings or historical landmarks plays second fiddle to the lovely scenes of fall.

This is the season for pumpkin that translate to pumpkin soup, pumpkin seeds & pumpkin oil. Other than the seasonal pumpkin, there is my favorite : wine festival! It's time to taste what the wine growers have on offer and of course the Sturm, the first press from grapes.

Vienna Tip


Bars & Restaurants As a fairly cosmopolitan place, Vienna boasts drinking and socializing establishments of every kind. Ground zero for the bar scene is the 'Bermuda Triangle' , an area of the Innere Stadt renowned for transporting revelers to the land of the lost during the course of an evening out on the town. A good place to begin the festivities is Krah Krah (Rabensteig 8, right in the heart of the Triangle), which offers over 50 different brands of beer. The faces of the crowd range from young and scruffy to old and dignified, but somehow differences are less distinguishable as the wee hours of the morning approach. On Thursdays Krah Krah's atmosphere reverberates with karaoke jamborees.
Bierhof (Naglergasse 13) is a more traditional Viennese drinking establishment, where you can relax in the courtyard in warm weather and swill Ottakringer beer well into the night. Open until 1am. If you're looking for a more hip and stylish setting, head down to everyone's favorite alternative to the 'Bermuda Triangle' scene, Benjamin (Especially popular among students, Benjamin represents a nice alternative to the tractor beam-like powers of Vienna's Bermuda Triangle. Cool furniture and loud music fill the bar while you fill yourself with reasonably priced, good beer. Sun.-Thurs.: 7:00pm-2:00am; Fri. and Sat. 7:00pm-4:00am.). Sharp angles, loud music, a young crowd and most of all, cheap beer. Make the transition from beer to wine and go to Esterhazykeller (Haarhof 1), a cool, dank cellar with an extensive list. The prices here tend to be a bit high, but there is a reason for its label as one of Vienna's favorite wine bars -- try the 'Gruner Vetliner' and you won't regret it. Another fine wine locale is Zwölf Apostle-Keller (Sonnenfelsg. 3). The crowd in this subterranean hang-out is young and lively and the selection is choice.

Graben mit Pestsäule

by globetrott

"Graben" is one of the most exclusive shopping streets of Vienna.
When you click on the pic you will see the artelier of Friedensreich Hunderwasser on top of a house on the left (it is green and looks a bit like a glass-house with 2 columns)
The monument in the middle is to commemorate the end of the plague of about 17th century
Graben is situated between St.Stephens Chatedral and Kohlmarkt / Hofburg


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Address: Pasteurgasse 1, Vienna, Vienna, 1090, Austria